“CRISIS LAW AND ITS DIRECT IMPACT ON ECONOMIC GROWTH, NEARSHORING AND POST-PANDEMIC, IMMEDIATE ACTIONS”
With huge success Guadalajara welcomes the most important national and international specialists and recognized in insolvency law (insolvency proceedings) to discuss the progress of crisis law in the face of the new global economic reality.
Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, October 18, 2023 – The XIX Congress of the Ibero-American Institute of Insolvency Law is being held in order to promote the insolvency culture at a global level in the current economic scenario, “The law of the crisis and its direct impact on economic growth.”The event will take place in the city of Guadalajara, Jalisco, at the Hyatt Regency Andares Hotel, on October 18, 19 and 20. This event, which brings together the main exponents and specialists in insolvency law in Ibero-America, is a crucial meeting point to discuss the progress and challenges in this area.
The event, organized by the IIDC (Ibero-American Institute of Insolvency Law), and institutionally sponsored by the Mexican Bar Association (BMA), the National Association of Corporate Lawyers (ANADE) and the Illustrious and National Bar Association of Mexico (INCAM), will feature topics of the greatest relevance and topicality for modern insolvency law: From the cryptocurrency crisis, artificial intelligence, fintechs, regulation of SME insolvency, insolvency of business groups, financing of companies in crisis, cross-border insolvency, challenges for insolvency judges, the future of insolvency law, among others.
The president of the Congress, Mtro. Luis Fernando Palomino Bernal informed that during the three days of work, participants will have the opportunity to attend keynote lectures and panel presentations. In addition to the academic presentations, as part of the congress activities, the more than 250 attendees will have the opportunity to interact with the exhibitors during the gala dinner scheduled in the historic center of the city at the Cabañas Museum (declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site). It also confirmed the attendance of 60 exhibitors from 12 Latin American countries, being so far the most relevant insolvency event that has been held in our country since the entry into force of the Commercial Insolvency Law in May 2000.
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